We are dedicated to serving families, teachers, and students by supporting at-home learning during the COVID-19 outbreak. In partnership with GaDOE, we are offering an instruction broadcast schedule on GPB-TV and online learning resources. Kids can still find their favorite shows on GPB's PBS KIDS 24/7 channel and at
LEARNING RESOURCES AND ACTIVITIES
We will be offering daily resources and activities to support your home learning plan. For more resources, go togpb.org/learn.
Creature Math helps children practice addition and subtraction as they create their very own animal habitat, filled with cool creature pals! While building homes and planting food items for animals like Spartacus the Moose and Torpedo the Peregrine Falcon, kids also learn valuable ecology/science concepts, in the tradition of the Kratt brothers brand.
In this interactive lesson, students engage with a variety of media such as an interactive storybook, time-lapse videos, and images to identify evidence of motion and predict future appearances of the Sun, Moon, and stars.
Use wind power! The town of Bottawa loves using wind as power! Can you create a car that uses the air to move? Use the engineering design steps listed in this activity to create your own wind-powered car!
Rep. John Lewis served on the frontline of the Civil Rights Movement to end systematic racial segregation. From speaking at the March on Washington to enduring severe beatings as he participated in the Freedom Rides, John Lewis now continues the fight for equality as a U.S. Congressman.
What makes a book important? Why are some books required reading in high school, while others are lost to history? This episode of "It's Lit" answers both of those questions and highlights the history behind some of the most popular books read in high schools.
Join us for a special session with the Northeast Georgia History Center. Participants will learn about the many FREE Digital Programs available to all Georgia schools and homeschool groups. Programs include Live Webcasts with historic figures, Webisodes, and Live Virtual Tours of exhibits and historic structures.
Join our own early learning team as they use their numeracy superpowers in a race against the clock All Toys Speedrun to save the day for busy Gasha Go! arcade workers. Can their sense of what numbers mean be enough to replenish all 30 gashapon toys before the arcade opens again?
Join GPB Education for an hour of economic excitement with GCEE financial literacy legends as they take on the Georgia film industry with a limited budget for our inaugural Lights, Camera, Budget! All Stars Speedrun.